Akena said, “Come 2026-2031, Hon. Jimmy Michael Akena Obote is poised to shape Uganda’s future,” addressing the thousands in Amolatar who had come to hear him speak.
Akena made stopovers at two different locations. This was before addressing a rally at Orimai Cell, Epyel Ward in Amolatar town council. Upon his arrival at Namasale, he was warmly welcomed by hundreds of people from a ferry.
“I am a congressman. In UPC, we believe that the people should determine their destinies. I believe Uganda can excel beyond its current state. We can provide better education for Ugandan children, improved healthcare for all citizens, and establish a supportive business system for the people.”
He vowed to overcome any obstacles in their path. He also stressed a commitment to non-violence and using intellect to drive progress. Akena advocated for government investment in its citizens. Encouraging his supporters, he called for their unity in the 2026 race, highlighting it as the day to recall his message.
Geoffrey Ocen (Kiring), the Amolatar LCV chairman, remarked, “For a long time, people in Lango sub-region have been voting for candidates outside their region. It is time to stand together and vote for Akena Jimmy as the UPC Party President in 2026.”
Apac LCV chairman, Odongo Asanti, echoed this sentiment. He urged voters to fearlessly elect Akena Jimmy as the next Ugandan President.
To conclude, Hon. Jimmy Michael Akena, the current MP of Lira City East Division, assured Amolatar voters, “If anyone asks, tell them, Akena is on the way.”
MP Okot Moses Junior Bitek, representing Kioga constituency, urged the UPC’s President to commit seriously to his presidential bid. He warned against misleading the people of Amolatar district about his potential candidacy in 2026 if it’s not certain.
Ogwang Patrick, commonly known as “Med Mac,” described Akena as a true leader capable of transforming politics in the Lango sub-region and Uganda as a whole. He announced his intent to contest for the North Kioga MP seat under the UPC party ticket in 2026.
He expressed confidence that UPC Party will secure many seats in 2026. This is due to the trust people have in Hon. Jimmy Michael Akena Obote.
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